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  • 6 Handy Tips For Clean Sinks

    08-06-2018

    1. Scrub the dirty sink to clean the accumulated soap deposits, stains, rust, and water spots. At the least you should scrub a bathroom sink after every 30 uses. Use a sponge and soapy solution to scrub the sink gently. For a more thorough scrub, try an all-purpose cleaning spray. 2. Bring back the white gleam to your enamel sinks with this simple trick. Line the sink with paper towels, and then soak them with bleach. Leave the towels for 30 minutes, then remove and rinse the sink with water. Alert: Never use bleach on colored porcelain as it may cause the colour to fade. Use a mild liquid detergent, vinegar, or baking Read More

  • Take the 10 Spot Test to check whether your house is really clean.

    28-05-2018

      We often take great pains and spend endless hours cleaning and shining our homes. Sometimes it’s just in the spirit of spring cleaning and other times, it is simply a routine cleaning with the health of our loved ones in mind. But even the cleanest of homes will have at least one of these spots. Do you think you’ll pass the test? 1. Tube lights, bulb and light fixtures often act as dust catchers and since they are normally placed at a higher point, they often go unchecked during the cleaning sprees. 2. While we look to the AC to cool us in the summer heat, the surface above the air co Read More

  • Removing grease stains from polished wood floors !!!

    25-05-2018

    Home cleaning made easier, now remove those grease or oil stains from a polished wooden stains using this quick and easy trick that gives you clean wooden floors in no time. Remove oil or grease stains from a polished wood floor by rubbing the stain with a mixture of two tablespoons vinegar added to half a liter of warm water.   Read More

  • 5 Items You Use Every Day That Require Immediate Cleaning.

    21-05-2018

      Every day we use n number of items. Some would say we also clean many, but when was the last time you cleaned your toothbrush? You rinse it every day, but is that really sufficient? Here’s a list of 5 items you use on a daily basis that require immediate cleaning if you really care about the health of your loved ones. 1. Combs and tooth brushes - Dirt and oil from your hair accumulate in your combs, while food particles and residual tooth paste collect at the floor of your tooth brush. It is thus important to clean these daily use items we use for our grooming. Don’t just rinse it with water, Read More

  • How to Deep Clean All Your Kitchen Appliances

    14-05-2018

      A kitchen is one of the places in our homes where we have a large number of appliances. With technology advancement, gone are the days of manual grinding and chopping. This means an abundance of kitchen appliances for cooking, baking and prep work. Cleaning these appliances can be a tiresome job especially when they are often overlooked during the cleaning spree) In this guide, we’ll share cleaning tips and secrets to tackle all of these appliances together in a manner that will not only save you hassle but also time, money and energy. 1) Refrigerator a) Empty the freezer. Get rid of any expired a Read More

  • T-20 Bathroom Cleaning Tips (Part II)

    07-05-2018

      And we’re back with our T-20 bathroom cleaning guide. Here’s the second innings to a tough fight against the unruly germs and difficult stains. (If you haven’t read the first part, here’s the link)  Wipe down the glass shower doors with a good glass cleaner solution.  Cover hard water stains around your faucets with a vinegar soaked towel paper towel. Let it sit for some time then rinse away. No scrubbing required, simply shine them with a little oil.  Bring the shine back to your chrome light fixtures and shower rods with lemon. All yo Read More

  • T-20 Bathroom Cleaning Tips (Part I)

    30-04-2018

    Yes, T-20! Like the fast paced and action packed T-20 cricket format, this guide gives you simple, effective and efficient bathroom cleaning tips that’ll hit the germs and grime out-ta the stadium, in this case your bathrooms. Fill a plastic bag with vinegar and  secure it around the shower head with  a rubber band to get rid of the crusty   build-up from hard water. Wash your bathmats and towels in the   washing machine, separately. Shower curtains can also be run in   the washing machine. Make sure to   read the label on your curtains before t Read More

  • 5 Step deep cleaning for the kitchen

    23-04-2018

        Deep cleaning a kitchen every 3 to 4 months is all it takes to keep the kitchen looking clean and hygienic. Food preparation and cooking often leads to build up of grease and dirt, which becomes a time taking effort. But the most difficult question amid all the chaos in the kitchen is, ‘Where do you begin from?’ Well, you needn’t worry. With this 5 step guide, you’ll have a sparkling clean kitchen in a few hours. 1. Cupboards and handles  First, take out all contents of the cupboards and drawers. Then clean the insides using a disinfec Read More

  • How to Remove Pet Hair

    16-04-2018

      We all ‘ooh’ and ‘aww’ every time we see cute adorable dogs and lazy cats snoozing on a couch or rolling on a bed, but those of us who have had to clean up after a pet know the pains involved in getting rid of pet hair. At least twice a year when the season changes and this shedding of pet hair peaks, it can get bothersome and truly trying to continuously clean the house. Here are tips to help you tackle the pet hair and breathe easier. First off tackle your pet with a pet fur comb. Pass the comb over the coat in the direction of the hair growth. Do a thorough job. If you have more th Read More

  • Healthy Shiny and Clean Floors

    09-04-2018

    There is something appealing about a clean and shining floor that spells a good home. We have all been to many homes and places in our lives but the first thing you notice about homes are the floor, whether it is hardwood, tile, marble, stone or concrete. Floors add value to your home. You may walk bare feet on these surfaces or you may have a little kid crawling all over these surfaces until they are ready to take their first steps. It is therefore essential to keep your floor clean and hygienic. We bring you tips that’ll make this project a little easier and fun. 1. Use a wiper To maintain that n Read More


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